APTOS Thread Lifting
Aptos Thread Lifting was invented in 1996 by Georgian plastic surgeon Marlen Sulamanidze. Dr. George and Constantin Sulamanidze were also involved in the development of this treatment.
This Aptos thread lifting method was developed more than 21 years ago and is now a very popular treatment in the aesthetics world.
Aptos thread lifting is an advanced and unique thread lift method that is non-invasive and used for an instant face and body lift, contouring, and rejuvenation.
Aptos thread lifting is growing in popularity. It involved less trauma compared to surgical procedures. The procedure is quick and painless, 20-40 minutes depending on how many threads are inserted. The results of this treatment continue to improve.
Threads are presented with specially designed barbs, meant to carry out both lifting and revitalizing effects. Once inserted into subdermal tissue, the barbs lift the skin, creating fibrosis and stimulating the formation of new collagen, necessary to provide support for the soft tissues, that lift them and hold them in an upright position. As a result, a better facial contour is visible immediately after the procedure.
3rd generation Aptos threads with Hyaluronic Acid composition will lift and rejuvenate the skin simultaneously.
Benefits of Hyaluronic Acid
Hydration of the tissues
Collagen and elastic stimulation
These benefits have allowed us to take a step forward between excellence and perfection. - Dr. George
Excellence Method - Absorbable thread with notches for lifting and support
The "Face" line is a new dawn for minimally invasive aesthetic medicine. The threads have a specific notch arrangement.
Each notch is located in the opposite direction to the previous one which allows a stronger fixation of the hypoderm, grouping the tissues on each microsection of the wire.
The multidirectional notches ensure a perfect grip on the delicate areas of the face.
The technique of low traumatic placement allows the introduction of the son by one or more entry points, without exit points.